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Plant City, Wetland Delineation Class 5/15+

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  • Dena Gross Leavengood
    From: Tampa Bay Estuary Program www.tbep.org Subject: Wetland Delineation from an Ecological Perspective! Taught by renowned wetlands expert Shirley Denton,
    Message 1 of 1 , May 1, 2006
      From: "Tampa Bay Estuary Program" www.tbep.org
      Subject: Wetland Delineation from an Ecological Perspective!

      Taught by renowned wetlands expert Shirley Denton, this class will cover wetland plants, soils, and hydrology as applied to wetland delineation and wetland permitting.  This course will emphasize field skills including wetland plant identification, hydric soils, and identification of hydrological indicators and apply them to wetland delineation and permitting.

      Course Type: 3 hours, undergraduate credit

      Course Number: FOR 4934, sec. 9283

      When: Summer Session C, May 15-Aug. 11; Monday evenings with lab every other Saturday.  The exact time on Monday is TBA but probably from 6pm-8pm.  Lab sessions will run from 8am to 1pm.

      This course is valuable for people working in both the public and private sectors and for those seeking useful ecological, management, and regulatory understanding.  You do not need to be a degree-seeking student to take this or any other courses we offer.  For registration or other information please contact Martin Wortman, Program Coordinator, at (813) 757-2280;
      mwortman@....  You are also invited to visit our website at http://gcrec.ifas.ufl.edu/pcc/.

      Registration Deadline is May 10!


      The academic program at Plant City is located on the Hillsborough Community College Campus, which is located in the heart of the strawberry and horticulture industries.  This site is easily accessible from I-4 and serves students in Hillsborough and surrounding counties.  Students attend classes taught and facilitated by on-site faculty and faculty from area IFAS Research Centers specializing in horticultural production, entomology and nematology, wildlife sciences, forestry sciences, plant pathology, and soil and water science.  The Plant City Campus offers a Bachelors of Science degree in Environmental Horticulture, Natural Resource Conservation, and Agricultural Education (starting in late 2006) and a Masters of Science in Environmental Horticulture and Soils and Water Science.  Students can complete these degree programs onsite at the Plant City Campus without having to go to Gainesville.

      For more information or to arrange a visit please contact Martin Wortman at (813) 707-7330 or mwortman@... .  

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